Liverpool vs Swansea 5-0 Highlights 2013 Suarez Enrique Coutinho Goals Gerrard Sturridge Penalties Video

By Soccer Blog | Feb 17, 2013

Liverpool vs Swansea 2013 ( Liverpool Swansea City VIDEO BELOW)

Final score and result:- Liverpool vs Swansea 5-0 ( Gerrard pen, Coutinho, Enrique, Suarez, Sturridge pen)

Anfield, Liverpool- 17 February, 2013- 15.00 UK KO- 17/2/13- Sunday

A weakened Swansea City outfit are thrashed 5-0 by Liverpool as the Reds run riot at Anfield. Swans manager Michael Laudrup fielded an under strength side with one eye on next week’s Cup final against Bradford, and Liverpool made the most of it and gave their goal difference a healthy boost in the process. Jose Enrique’s goal, made from a superb team move, the best one of the game

Liverpool v Swansea 1-0 ( Steven Gerrard penalty vs Swansea 34′)
Liverpool Swansea 2-0 ( Philippe Coutinho goal vs Swansea 46′)
Liverpool vs Swansea 3-0 ( Jose Enrique goal v Swansea 50′)
Liverpool vs Swansea 4-0 ( Luis Suarez goal vs Swansea 56′)
Liverpool vs Swansea 5-0 ( Daniel Sturridge penalty goal vs Swansea 71′)

Liverpool v Swansea 2013 attendance:- 44,832 ( Referee- Webb)

Liverpool starting lineup vs Swansea 2013:- Reina, Johnson, Carragher, Agger, Jose Enrique, Downing, Gerrard, Lucas, Coutinho, Suarez, Sturridge

Swansea starting XI vs Liverpool 2013:- Vorm, Tiendalli, Monk, Bartley, Davies, Britton, Agustien, de Guzman, Lamah, Shechter, Hernandez

( Credits of this Liverpool Swansea 2013 Goals Video with uploaders)

9 Comments so far
  1. Benj February 17, 2013 5:33 pm

    It’s not LFC’s fault that Laudrup played a “weakened” or “under strength” team. LFC had to play what was in front of them and a fine little performance that was.

    Suarez super, only bad point was Borini’s injury. Judging by his reaction, looks to be a long spell out on the sidelines for him.

    And yes, can we please see more goals like the Enrique one? Makes me feel real proud.

  2. Sean February 17, 2013 5:47 pm

    All about Suarez this afternoon. His touch was pivotal in that enrique goal and his first touch and move away from the defender for his own goal was sweet too. Standing ovation, richly deserved.

  3. Martin February 17, 2013 10:07 pm

    Liverpool’s build up to the third goal was sublime. Hope for more of this from them.

    For Borini, unfortunate that he can’t catch a break for the Reds. Injury after injury should be taking its toll on the young striker. With him being out for the season, I’m hoping he can recover and work on his strength over the summer to come back with a vengeance.

    Suarez was easily the man of the match.

  4. neda February 18, 2013 5:17 am

    cups are more important than ball in the net, the fans lack this breakthrough since a decade

  5. neda February 18, 2013 5:37 am

    could we have a little hope for the match against the zenit?

  6. Sam February 18, 2013 2:30 pm

    why is michael owen commentating on the beeb?

    looking for a different profession mike?

    he’s certainly articulate enough on twitter in comparison to some of his peers, but good sportsmen do not always make good commentators.

  7. nikheel February 18, 2013 4:18 pm

    a few mre players like coutinho and liverpool will have the glory days back

    cnt believe we got him for just 8.5 of the best buys. we should have got theo walcott as well in the winter window..

  8. lfcfan February 22, 2013 4:50 am

    @ neda
    Fans don’t miss anything!!
    Real fans will not only see the surface and a team that has achieved little in the last 4 years but will rather encourage the team for every little achievement it makes. Small achievements make on the long-run greater achievements including cups!

    Are we supporters on good days only or will we be supportive in bad times also?
    There are big things to turn around for our team to be successful again, fans should realise that we should ALL walk together hands in hands to make it…

  9. akram May 22, 2013 8:51 am

    with this tiki taka football we cn hop for brighter future nothing,coutinho,suarez sturrige cnt wait to see them in action

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